git along

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git along (third-person singular simple present gits along, present participle gittin' along, simple past and past participle got along)

  1. (US, cowboy slang, colloquial, Often said to cattle) move; keep going
    Whoopie Ti Yi Yo git along little dogies. It's your misfortune and none of my own.
  2. (US) go on your way; scram

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